u.n. human rights commission in a violations report. in other words, jan brewer, the law they passed that reinforces the federal law, we're not reporting to the u.n. human rights commission. >> first, there is always going to be an enemy. everything that happens, there is always an enemy and a bad person, fat cat, et cetera. as i understand it, the laws are similar. but here is the difference. the government said my goodness, arizona is going to enforce the law. we can't let that happen. that is the only difference. what i don't understand you talk about family. why take it to the united nations? if you have a problem, work it out within the family. why take it to the united nations and say investigate it? >> sean: interesting, jan brewer wrote a letter, great letter to clinton and said the idea of our government submitting dually enacted laws of a state, to the united states to review by the u.n.saz internationalism run amok and unconstitutional.